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Taking a Legacy Rambler to the next level
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I wanted to share with you folks one of my latest builds. This customer took full advantage of what a custom, hand built bike can be. Together we created a masterpiece that they will enjoy for a long…Continue

Tags: pink, rambler., legacy, belt, hand-built

Started this discussion. Last reply by Tony Adams 4 mi Oct 25, 2014.

Bike Alley @ Multiples. Art, Indie Craft & Visual Culture Fair

One week to go before Multiples. Art, Indie Craft & Visual Culture Fair. Oct 17 - 19We have a few things going on in Bike Alley in conjunction with the main show. We Are going to need a few…Continue

Tags: Crafts, Posters, Art

Started Oct 10, 2014

Calling all Bike Related Crafters & Community Sponsors

I have been asked to round up some crafty bike folks to participate in a new section of this fall's Multiples. Art, Indie Craft,…Continue

Tags: handmade, indie, fair, craft

Started Sep 16, 2014

Fall Classes - What would you like to learn?
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Hello Everyone, Throughout the year we have offered our Wheelbuilding and Generator Lighting Class that…Continue

Tags: building, learning, classes

Started this discussion. Last reply by Legacy Frameworks Sep 16, 2014.

 

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Legacy Frameworks replied to Agnieszka Z.'s discussion Does anyone have a women's Brooks saddle to sell?
"I gave a mis-ordered B17 S Black that I have had on a test ride bike for a while. Only a couple of miles ridden. Sell it to you for $80. I'll even include installing an old chain through the rails as a theft deterrent. Levi "
Nov 3, 2014
Legacy Frameworks replied to Joseph Prosnitz's discussion Steel rear triangle mounting kickstand hunt
"It looks like Sunlite's version of the rear kickstand is made of steel.  http://www.bikewagon.com/sunlite-kickstand-steel-mtb-rear-black ; Shops should be able to get this as well.  "
Nov 1, 2014
Tony Adams 4 mi replied to Legacy Frameworks's discussion Taking a Legacy Rambler to the next level
"Yes! Wow! "
Oct 25, 2014
A.K.A Paul replied to Legacy Frameworks's discussion Taking a Legacy Rambler to the next level
"Awesome bike!"
Oct 24, 2014
Dave Grossman replied to Legacy Frameworks's discussion Taking a Legacy Rambler to the next level
"Thats a really nice build.   I have a Gates plus Alfine 8 and it is a great bike.  I have used the belt for four years already and not replaced it."
Oct 24, 2014
T.K. 3.5 mi replied to Legacy Frameworks's discussion Taking a Legacy Rambler to the next level
"Like!"
Oct 24, 2014
OLB 0.1 replied to Legacy Frameworks's discussion Taking a Legacy Rambler to the next level
"Very nice!"
Oct 24, 2014
Anne Alt replied to Legacy Frameworks's discussion Taking a Legacy Rambler to the next level
"Beautifully done!"
Oct 24, 2014
Legacy Frameworks replied to Legacy Frameworks's discussion Taking a Legacy Rambler to the next level
"Thanks! With all the style and functionality upgrades on this bike it was about $3,300 "
Oct 24, 2014
Lisa Curcio 4.1mi replied to Legacy Frameworks's discussion Taking a Legacy Rambler to the next level
"Congratulations to you and your customer on that beautiful bike."
Oct 24, 2014
Ikram Bokhari replied to Legacy Frameworks's discussion Taking a Legacy Rambler to the next level
"It is awesome build.  Love the color.  What price range are we talking about for this build?"
Oct 24, 2014
Legacy Frameworks posted a discussion

Taking a Legacy Rambler to the next level

I wanted to share with you folks one of my latest builds. This customer took full advantage of what a custom, hand built bike can be. Together we created a masterpiece that they will enjoy for a long time. Frame: Legacy Frameworks Rambler Stepthrough, +Plus Disc edition, Oversized tubing and thread less headsetDrivetrain: Gates Belt drive, Shimano Alfine 11 Disc w/ Alfine Hydraulic disc brakes.Lighting: Shimano Alfine Dynamo Hub, Supernova Fr & Rr lightsAccessories: Brooks Saddle, Grips and…See More
Oct 24, 2014
Legacy Frameworks posted a discussion

Bike Alley @ Multiples. Art, Indie Craft & Visual Culture Fair

One week to go before Multiples. Art, Indie Craft & Visual Culture Fair. Oct 17 - 19We have a few things going on in Bike Alley in conjunction with the main show. We Are going to need a few helpers during the show, if you are willing to help out I can get you free admission and possibly a poster print from the Art Crank encore show.Website: http://www.artmultiples.netFacebook event: …See More
Oct 10, 2014
Michael Workman commented on Legacy Frameworks's event Bike Alley @ Multiples. Art, Indie Craft & Visual Culture Fair
"The Opening Reception is Friday, October 17 from 5pm-1am. "
Oct 1, 2014
Michael Workman is attending Legacy Frameworks's event
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Bike Alley @ Multiples. Art, Indie Craft & Visual Culture Fair at 2605 W Armitage

October 18, 2014 at 12:15pm to October 19, 2014 at 6pm
Bike Alley - Part of this fall's Multiples. Art, Indie Craft & Visual Culture Fair will be a section dedicated to the crafts of the bicycle lifestyle.It will be showcasing handmade Bicycle related products and fashion - looking at the fall and winter seasons for inspirations.****Multiples. is a temporary crossover market opening for one weekend in March and October 2014 showcasing objects produced as multiples. As a premise show, Multiples. seeks to span the division between art and craft,…See More
Oct 1, 2014
Legacy Frameworks is now friends with Noel Montenegro and West Town Bikes
Sep 17, 2014

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What I ride:
Hybrid, Cruiser
The kind of riding I do:
Recreational, Commuting, Around Town, My business involves biking
About me:
I hand build city/commuter bikes here in Chicago from quality USA made steel, designing them and building them up for every cyclist to enjoy.
My other websites (twitter, facebook, pinterest, Google+, blogs, etc.):
http://legacyframeworks.com

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